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Where r the oil points on my baby loc ellure plus

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Here is the solution:
leave the USB plugged in then turn off your computer and
back on. Seems like it recognizes it at that point. Once you unplug your device you have to do the same routine to get it to recognize it again.It will recognize it as "removable disk F"

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If not a USB model, you have to get the disgustingly expensive Babylock palette box ($500) and software with the blank card to transfer the designs from cd or files. Beware of making the embroidery too small, it can make the stitch density too great and then the machine cannot sew the design. There is software called Density Works to deal with this problem.

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First do you mean the foot itself or do you mean the pressure bar that the foot is connected to .

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if you go to the store to buy a bobbins, just asked the bobbins for your baby loc machine, if there is a # of your machine just present it. dont buy a bobbins for high speed machine, co'z it is deferent to your machine

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